Do you love dogs and young people? Here's a chance to volunteer for a nifty organization that brings together a mission to help homeless dogs and at-risk youth.
UnChained, Inc. matches dogs from local shelters and rescue
organizations with at-risk youth. Using positive-reinforcement training, the kids learn to
train the dogs. The teens learn positive communication with each other, mastery of a skill, impulse-control and future orientation.
In turn, the dogs learn good manners, basic skills
and confidence which increases their chances of a successful adoption.
UnChained is asking volunteers who love dogs, kids and have some dog handling
Time commitment: Beginning January 2014, 1 or 2 days per week for 8 weeks, 2 school
The organization's winter programs begin January. Volunteers needed in Monterey
and Santa Cruz counties are Youth Team Leader, Dog Chauffeur and Dog Foster Family.
To apply, contact Melissa Wolf, Executive Director at (831) 818-8738 or
email@example.com. Click here for more information.